compare and contrast practice environments between Michigan and New Jersey.
An Analysis of APN Practice Regulations Paper
In this scholarly paper, you are assigned a U.S. State and will write relevant APN statutes from the Nurse Practice Act and APN Rules and Regulations. You should compare and contrast practice environments between Michigan and New Jersey. Upload your assignment under assignment (see the link writingcenter.unc.edu on how to write a compare and contrast paper). Follow APA 7th edition and the following items should be addressed in your paper:
Analysis of APN Practice Regulations Paper (30%)
Introduction: Brief overview of the paper topic, relevant factors are introduced, the purpose of the paper assignment clearly stated.
Provide background information for Michigan in comparison with New Jersey
Discuss board certifications and renewal, analyze collaborative agreements and prescriptive authority
Analyze restrictions for APRN, hospital privileges, nursing compact, and palliative end of life care
Conclusion and summary key points included
Efficacy of writing style, spelling, grammar, correct use of APA 7th edition with citations. Paper is no longer than 10 pages, excluding title/reference page excluded.
Valid and relevant references (APA 7th edition format) with at least 3 primary sources less than 5 years, other than your book.
B. PowerPoint Presentation in Blackboard (10%)
PowerPoint slides summarize APN practice regulation analysis. Summarize with no more than 5 slides (exclude your title and references) the significant findings from your assigned state on APN practice. Be sure to compare the information from the 2 states. CRITERIA
Summary of the APRN Paper with pertinent information are included in the presentation
Comparison of Michigan and New Jersey included in the discussion
Conclusion and summary are provided
Powerpoint presentation is organized in a clear, concise manner, thoughtful, not more than 5 slides, excluding title and references.
Valid and relevant references (APA 7th edition format) with at least 5 primary sources less than 5 years.